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Twelve Strategies for Improving Communication and Patient Care
Risk Tips for Oral Surgeons
Collaborating With Staff to Improve
Patient Safety, Adherence, and Satisfaction
Risk Associated With Cosmetic Procedures
Informed Refusal: A Review
Transfer of Patient Records When Selling or Closing a Healthcare Practice
Communicating Effectively With Patients Who Have Limited English Proficiency
Managing Nonadherent and Difficult Patients
Managing Negative Online Reviews From Patients
Addressing Parent Accountability with Pediatric Patients
Addressing Risks Associated With Telehealth
Every OMS needs a strong informed consent process. Informed consent is often misunderstood as a legal form that has to be completed before you can provide care. In actuality, it’s an educational process meant to ensure that patients have enough information to decide on the proposed treatment options.
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